When a volcano erupts, constant communication between leading scientists and emergency responders and planners is absolutely essential. Guest blogger, Michael S. Bruno, from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, shares his thoughts on the response of Hawai‘i in terms of resilience to the current events.Read more
Nancy Kete, Executive Director of the Resilience Shift, will be speaking at Lloyd’s Register Foundation (LRF) conference 2018 and leading a special workshop on tools and approaches to enable critical infrastructure resilience.
How has resilience become a popular topic among engineers from different backgrounds? In our experience, engineers have followed different routes in their journey to resilience. What’s your path?
For us 2018 is about making things happen. With exciting developments happening in our projects, we are reaching out through workshops and events to work with collaborators across the globe.
We recently hosted a water governance opportunity framing workshop with our collaborators. Together we aim to support key players in the water cycle to mobilise and drive collective action to improve resilience.
Help us to make resilience practical, tangible and relevant. You can apply to become a partner/grantee of the Resilence Shift. The deadline for this application round is 16 April 2018.
This post discusses the potential barriers to collaboration across infrastructure sectors.
The language of resilience may be getting in the way of efforts to work together. How can we identify a shared vision and common language.
How do we know where to start, and what we really need to do to catalyse change in terms of how resilient critical infrastructure is planned, procured, delivered and maintained in practice?
Shifting in how designers and engineers, asset owners and operators, insurers, investors and regulators play their role in creating a more resilient future.